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Educate yourself in the field of learning difficulties

Oakley House Training and Support Centre addresses the need for specialist training in Specific Learning Difficulties (SpLD) and Inclusive Education.

Our aim is to share our in-depth knowledge, expertise and experience by providing a comprehensive programme of accredited courses for teachers, student teachers, teaching assistants, facilitators and other professionals working within the field of SpLD and Inclusive Education.

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Why can't they learn?

Are you frustrated that your students are:


not trying?

unable to read?

not focusing?

We know what it’s like when your student is not making progress and we understand your frustration.
We can help you.

If a child can’t learn the way we teach, maybe we should teach the way they learn. – Ignacio Estrada

Courses and workshops

Consider taking one of our online courses or book a face-to-face workshop.

Peruse our many accredited professional development courses that we have available. Work at your own pace and in the comfort of your own home.

Face-to-face workshops are available for booking if you are a group (of more than 5 persons) or an education institution. Please contact our Training & Support Centre office, by clicking on the button below, for further information/booking of a workshop.

Course specials and upcoming events

Dyscalculia Special 2024

JULY SPECIAL • 35% off this online SACE accredited courses (now only R1039)

Children with Dyscalculia may have difficulty understanding simple number concepts, lack an intuitive grasp of numbers, and have problems learning number facts and procedures.
10 CPTD points (SACE)

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How it works — Accredited online courses to suit your needs


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Carien Maree – Training Centre Team Coordinator and Presenter

Sonja Engelbrecht

Sonja started her career in education in 2007, teaching at a government school for 2 years. She then followed her interest in Learning Support and Inclusive Education and worked as a teacher at a Private Remedial TSSA School for 6 years of which the last three years were spent running a department.
In 2015 Sonja was appointed as the Principal of an ISASA registered Remedial School, specializing in Neuro-Development, Learner Support and Remediation of neurodiverse learners. Sonja is passionate about brain-based learning, thinking skills, and really teaching to learners' needs.
Her continuous mission is to equip teachers across South Africa with the essential skills and knowledge, through continuous professional development, to allow for optimal learning opportunities for all learners in their care.